Always Looking Up by Michael J. Fox

May 2, 2009 at 11:12 am Leave a comment

Subtitled: observations of an incurable optimist
I enjoyed his first autobiography so I picked this up. It’s slightly different in format with four sections Work, Politics, Faith and Family and memories as related to those areas. This didn’t seem to have as much meat to it, since it only covered the last eight years, but I admire and respect what he’s done to move research forward for Parkinson’s disease.
I learned a lot about stem cell research and enjoyed the family section the best.
A thoughtful memoir.

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